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. and michele alexander, professor at ohio state university in columbus, they initially only printed 3000 copies. now there are a couple hundred thousand i guess. but it caught on somewhere and it has done remarkably well. what does that say to you about the timing for a real conversation about her book, about your film, about the issue? >> the time is now. i would like to say that michelle alexander's success is due to the fact she is in my film. but i cannot because my film has just come out. [laughter] tavis: but it is fair to say that mitchell would be the first technologists. it is fair to say that her book has succeeded because a whole of the -- a whole lot of of of seven long distance runners on this issue. >> she brilliantly framed it in a book that leave no stone unturned in that argument and she does it from being a legal scholar and being an extraordinary activist and public thinker. i think there are contributors like michelle alexander and others, all of, brought into my film because i want to sort of make a definitive portrait right now of where we are in the overwhelming need to r
this morning. detroit, cleveland, columbus, all of you in the state of ohio, indianapolis, it's raining right now. it's all light rain, but you definitely want the umbrella as you head in and out of the car this morning and across the state of kentucky. it looks like this rain will hold off the eastern seaboard during the day today, so you do not need the umbrella. we're clear and cold back here in the midwest after this big storm system. the good news for the east coast, it looks like the rain tomorrow morning will clear by tomorrow afternoon. >> did you say rain tomorrow morning? >> just a little bit, yep. >> see, and it was such a nice day yesterday and then today. >> can't last this time of year. >> okay. >>> let's head now to some entertainment news. bond took over the box office this weekend. "skyfall", the 23rd installment in the 007 franchise scored the highest ever opening for a bond film. it was the fourth highest opening of the year. "lincoln" also fared well, making close to $1 million in just 11 theaters before its wide release this weekend. here's a fun fact for you. daniel day-
about us, 67 right now in washington. but look back towards columbus, ohio. only 39 degrees. and rain there. that is not a very good afternoon. and that means for us, we're not going to see a very good morning tomorrow. we're talking about a very cold morning, a very rainy morning. tomorrow morning's rush hour, not going to be pretty. i'll talk to you about that, talk about what this storm will bring us, and break it down for you and show you what comes next. >>> now to new developments in the scandal involving retired general david petraeus. keith russell is live with details on how the fbi stumbled into paula broadwell and their alleged affair in the first place. >> senior lawmakers are asking why the fbi knew about david petraeus' extramarital affair for so long before they were informed. now at least we know, as you said, how that alleged affair was uncovered. nbc news has learned that petraeus family friend joe kelley began receiving anonymous e-mails she viewed as menacing, from a source close to kelley who reviewed the e-mails. the first referred to kelley socializing with othe
is about and why we work together and mohammed comes in and smooths out columbus avenue. because i just road that street and it feels like a construction road [ laughter ] we have got to get all of these roads built and this is what scott wiener and others works on:we have the opportunity to unite everybody and it's up to us in government to have listened carefully, and be responsible with your money and get the job done. are we ready to get the job done? >> yes! are we ready to build the future for your kids? >> yes. >> are we ready to support the great parks in san francisco with proposition b? >> yes! let's go forward and keep another world series and escambia keep our san francisco successful! thank you, mr. mayor, we're going to have a celebration this morning. he reminded me it's about community spaces too. so take a moment and look up. look up. because that is where the meeting room will be on the second floor with after-hour access for all the poets and all the kids' story times and various activities. it's going to be fantastic. we want to continue our theme of partnersh
, columbus, up to detroit. a solid line of rain stretches from the eastern great lakes into western pennsylvania, almost into oakland and garrett county. it will be there in the next hour or so. we expect rain to keep moving east tonight, especially -- reaching the baltimore area close to midnight. right over toward baltimore and the western shore of the bay by about midnight or so. the rain starts to change over to some snow overnight and there could be a light accumulation. probably some rain year for the tuesday morning rush-hour in and showers will continue pressing east and looks like the skies will clear up as we head toward lunch time and into the afternoon hours. 35-bit before the love tonight, but the clouds will shift to the northwest and that dusty northwest breeze will bring in cooler air. even though we will see sunshine tomorrow afternoon and wednesday, it will not warm up a lot. the air mass behind that front is quite chilly. the front hangs up off the carolina coast and it may bring more clouds into the region thursday afternoon and may be a shower on the eastern sho
through. 54 in columbus. cooler air headed in our direction here. sunshine for the next hour or two and the clouds start to move in from the west. you'll see bits and pieces and we should remain dry. later tonight and overnight tonight into tomorrow and the good news the front is moving fast, right back in the sunshine tomorrow afternoon. noticeably cooler. upper 60s today and daytime highs tomorrow. struggle to get to 50 believe it or not. don't put the jackets away quite yet. 52 tomorrow. and bounce around in the 50s for the remainder of the week. sunshine for much of this week. and good eating weather upksgiv. >> don't say it. i'm determined this year i'm not going to go through this. the same thing over and over. the wonderful holiday season, we eat too much and look at the mirror and say what have we done? >> it's tradition. you have to do it. >> i'm going to go through it? why not? >> okay. we're all going to gain a couple pounds. get on board. >> i think i have during this segment alone. girl, how do you pass up the greens and the sweet potatoes? >> i was a full. >> she's tal
, are those temperatures going to be coming down. 63 here in washington. 39 in columbus, ohio. we can see where the cold front is. 67 in morgantown. only 50 in pittsburgh. the numbers dropping very, very quickly. they'll continue to do so right through your morning. i'll show you what to expect when you wake up tomorrow morning and what to expect the next few days as well. you haven't needed the coats much. you'll need them tomorrow. >>> route 75 in frederick county is expected to be closed for hours now, after a deadly crash there. this afternoon, two people were killed, three others were injured when a tractor-trailer collided with a pickup truck. maryland state police believe the tractor-trailer was going around a sharp curve when it turned over. and crushed the smaller truck. two people in that pickup truck were killed. >>> gasoline rationing is ending in new jersey. the state imposed the rationing after hurricane sandy. governor chris christie said gas supplies are now plentiful and the rationing will end tomorrow. no word on what will happen to a similar gas rationing plan in new yo
that are now moving toward detroit. they'll be in columbus here in a few hours headed toward lex toon. most of this is -- lexington. most of this is moving north and not east n. is a slow moving front and that's why we have today still going to be dry. it's going to be tonight into the early morning hours tomorrow that we're dealing with the bulk of the rain showers. trying to get a sprinkle or two maybe up toward the blue ridge, southwestern virginia but here in town a mix of sun and clouds with more clouds as the day wears on. now i'm stopping the clock at midnight. you'll see the rain just starting come in toward the metro especially on the west side. it will be with us overnight into tomorrow morning. still could be moderate rain areas early on tuesday. so the morning commute if this is a little slow will be impacted. then this will be moving away from us by even lunch time. so we should see some clearing during the afternoon but a much colder air mass will be replacing what was spring like the last cup of days. 68 today, still mild. showers tonight into early tuesday. we're going to gi
, columbus and cincinnati. you'll be seeing it shortly in 'not already. -- shortly if not already. it's a slow march east so it won't be getting here till sometime tonight. probably after midnight for most of us. ath earlier out to the west. here's the futurecast. we're starting out with generally clear to partly cloudy skies. even through lunch time partly sunny here. maybe a sprinkle south and west this afternoon. but still looking at partly to mostly cloudy to finish the day. then the showers come tonight, especially after the midnight hour. so between 11:00 and let's say 7:00, 8:00 tomorrow morning, best chance we're going to see rain but by 7:00 a.m., look at this. i-81, shenandoah valley, you're starting to clear out. these showers are going to kick east by lunch time. so will most of the clouds especially west of d.c. we'll see increasing sunshine in the afternoon but the cooler weather in here tomorrow and kind of chilly, too. actually not just tomorrow but for the rest of the week. you'll need the jackets. today 68, increasing clouds, beautiful sky right now. tonight we're di
will be coming into our area, about 10:00 or 11:00 p.m. behind it, 42 in columbus, ohio. 39 degrees in cincinnati. areas of chicago, illinois, now at 34 degrees. they were at 70 degrees yesterday. in dodge city, kansas, saw 57-degree temperature drop in 18 hours. down we go. breezy conditions for the evening out ahead of the front. rain at 10:00 and 11:00 p.m. wet weather for the morning commute. nasty, 46 to 42 degrees with wind and rain. get an early start. get out the door ahead of this. probably seeing some delays. our evening is dry. we pick up that rain about 10:00 or 11:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. we're still wet. in fact, i think the bulk of it as far as the nastiest weather will come right during the morning rush. then the front moves through, we get the windy sunshine back in here and even more sunshine for wednesday. but it's cool sunshine for whatever we get. the rest of this week, no more upper 60s or 70-degree high temperature. rain moves in, again, late 57 to 63 degrees, as we fall off. still a southerly wind at 5 to 10, and picking up, too, so tomorrow morning, windy, cold, some pocket
, they were looking at a building that was begun before columbus ever sailed. >> safer: paris had grand boulevards, breathtaking parks, great universities, all the things young america didn't have. was there even an art museum in the united states? >> mccullough: no. no art museum in the united states, none. >> safer: so, in 1830, an artist named samuel morse came to study the treasures of the louvre. his painting of what he saw there is a masterwork. but morse had other talents as well. while in paris, he dreamed up the idea for the telegraph, as revolutionary in its day as the internet is in ours. >> mccullough: he developed not only the telegraphic system, but what we call the morse code, which was essential. >> safer: morse later met louis daguerre, the father of photography as we know it. daguerre showed him this picture, a paris street scene from 1836; the first photographic image of a human being, a man getting his boots polished. morse was astonished, and with daguerre's blessing, brought photography to america. >> mccullough: so one man, having spent time here, brought home not
: we're going now to tom, from columbus, ohio. we're discussing the resignation of general david petraeus. your thoughts? caller: i have a couple of questions. the first, i have read where the house, eric cantor knew something about this relationships fairly early on. is there any reason this was not used as material for the republicans to win the election? host: you think that it was a legitimate campaign issue, going back to the timeline of events from "usa today"? going back to the time line -- general petraeus spoke to the source on the same day, that is the time line that was laid out. caller: i think it would have been a credible campaign event. it is just curious, with all the mudslinging of a presidential election, that someone did not take ball and run with it, i guess. i am curious as to why someone, even some low-level, did not try to test the waters and push this into the media to find out if there could be a bite in the last week or two before the election. host: thank you for the call, from ohio this morning. the woman who has been in -- implicated with general petr
for cleveland and columbus eventu eventually. lexington, louisville, cincinnati, you're included. this cold front is pushing all the way down through the deep south with showers and storms now from nashville to tuscaloosa. eventually birmingham and montgomery. so the forecast also is going to include falling temperatures. we're very warm on the eastern half of the country, east of the mississippi. but look at the midwest. we are cold in minneapolis, denver, billings, kansas city, st. louis and even dallas and chicago are chilly this morning. that cold air is going to plunge to the east as we go throughout the day. so your monday forecast, one more nice, beautiful day from boston down to d.c. falling temperatures in the middle of the country. the northwest is also stormy. as far as the cleanup from that nor'easter and of course our historical superstorm sandy, it looks like it's going to be pretty nice much of this week. temperatures not too cold, not too chilly for this time of year. so that will continue. there's no storms on the way for the battered east coast. a little bit of low fog the
on this cake. from columbus, an audio from election night when he was having his meltdown when the results were coming in. >> you listen to me! i want it reopened right now. get those brokers back in here! turn those machines back on! turn those machines back on! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: karl rove's people, mortimer duke from trade be places. >> i enjoyed seeing him jump off the balcony. >> stephanie: the part where his brother is having a heart attack. [bleep] him. turn those machines back on. >> do you think somebody from the tea party who got his credit card canceled overnight might have been a little upset? >> who said i am now predicting a 330 electoral vote for mitt romney? [buzzer] >> i am predicting 321-217 landslide for romney. george will. the general who's always been wrong about everything. ever. in the history of things. >> who said it won't be close i predict a romney victory by 120 electoral votes. >> ghandi. >> for the win who said we're going to win by a landslide romney's going to carry 325 electoral votes. >> dick sergeant? >> stephanie: because it was being morris. >> that
it on current tv. host: ron from columbus georgia, independent line. caller: good morning. i do agree with your comment about campaign is over, let's govern. but i am a veteran and i've been a company commander and my point is this, i cannot call my boss and say i cannot get my company commanders to agree on how to accomplish a commission. i won't be a company commander very long. here's the point, the american people are the boss. there should be a law that's presented to congress that says from mr. president on down to congress, if you cannot solve the country's problems you need to go. it's just that simple. americans are sick and tired of the partisan politics and we just don't see the greatest country in the world moving forward the way it's supposed to be. and it's because you've got these guys playing partisan congress. there should not be a republican or democrat, it should be america's party after you're elected to congress. guest: i agree with the principle but we have the means in place if we use it and that's an election. every two years members of the house of representatives are u
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